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Mandalas

During the month of January, the pub of the University of Toronto's Faculty Club displayed a collection of 20 mandalas created by a group of Sisters of St. Joseph. One by Virginia Varley CSJ, called Carnival of the Stars, is shown at the right.

To quote Elizabeth Rosson, the artist and retreat facilitator who led the retreat at which these mandalas were created, "Mandala is a Sanskrit word for 'circle', a symbol of wholeness, perfection, unity and eternity… a place where the invisible is made visible."

The Church's Teachings and Catholics

On Oct. 23, 2006, Fr. Tom Rosica filled the house at Theology on Tap! Participants pondered and discussed "When The Church Teaches, Where Do I Fit In?" with respect to three current issues: same-sex marriage, Islam, and AIDS.

He Flies Though the Air

Faith Connections' Nov. 27 Theology on Tap was abuzz with images of circus stunts. Sr. Sue Mosteller shared with us reflections on her experience of living with and learning from trapeze artists.

Listening to Sr. Sue, images of scary heights, exciting flight, hopeful expectations, and dreadful falls flashed through my mind. Rodney, one of the flyers Sr. Sue met, said he was always excited about flying,

Is Water a Human Right?

On Nov. 18, 2006, CSJ Associates and Sisters gathered at Morrow Park to address the question: Is Water a Human Right? Not in Canada. The gathering was sponsored by Sister Jean Leahy and the Toronto Diocesan Council of Development and Peace, of which Sister Jean is a member.

Faith Connections Celebrates its First Year

Faith Connections celebrated its first year on Sunday Oct. 29. Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m., over 70 people came through Morrow Park’s Mary Lounge to honour the day.

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